J. Cole

J. Cole Announces 'Forest Hills Drive Tour'

  /  02.13.2015

The real is back. J. Cole is bringing his “Forest Hills Drive Tour” to a city near you.

The North Carolina MC took to Twitter to announce the tour, which comes in support of his No. 1 album 2014 Forest Hills Drive.

The first run of 20 dates kicks off March 2 in Eugene, Oregon, and travels to cities including Salt Lake City, San Antonio, New Orleans, Tallahassee, and Nashville, wrapping April 7 in Providence, R.I.

His Dreamville artists Bas, Cozz, and Omen will join him as supporting acts.

“Forest Hills Drive” marks Cole’s first tour since 2014’s second annual “Dollar & A Dream Tour,” which traveled to six cities. Tickets cost only $1.

No venues or on-sale dates have been announced yet.

Forest Hills Drive Tour Dates

March 2 – Eugene, OR
March 4 – Boise, ID
March 5 – Salt Lake CIty, UT
March 8 – Santa Ana, CA
March 10 – Tucson, AZ
March 13 – Lincoln, NE
March 14 – Springfield, MO
March 15 – Wichita, KS
March 17 – Oklahoma City, OK
March 19 – San Antonio, TX
March 23 – New Orleans, LA
March 24 – Baton Rouge, LA
March 25 – Mobile, AL
March 28 – Tallahassee, FL
March 29 – Birmingham, AL
March 31 – Columbus, OH
April 1 – Nashville, TN
April 3 – Richmond, VA
April 4 – Rochester, NY
April 7 – Providence, RI


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